Hey everybody, I’m Trish from foldfactory, and this is your 60-second Super-cool Fold of the Week. Thanks for watching. This week’s Super-cool Fold is another winner from my good friends at Suttle-Straus in Waunakee, Wisconsin. This is a really creative and smart folded self-mailer that they produced for GVPRO Scorers Tables. This is a prospecting piece. They needed a hundred and fifty thousand pieces. They wanted something creative that would also be able to be mailed as standard mail and self-mailed. So, you will love this solution.
It is a closed gatefold. So, gatefolds have the panels that fold in. A closed gate folds in and then closes down one more time. So, here’s the cover. The mailing panel’s on the back. It opens like this, and then it opens one more time into a nice long spread. But, what you’ll see here is there are three different creative die cut shapes that reflect some of their different products: custom scores tables, courtside seating, etc. And so, each one, when you fold it down, reveals additional product information about that category. So, it's really fun. You get that very nice first kind of powerful reveal that's very uncluttered, and then you get to reveal all that additional information on the different products, which I love.
You’re also probably seeing some reflection here. These have a special UV dispersion coating on them that offers a lot of protection. It’s very fast drying. There’s some texture there too and some gloss. They did like, spot gloss and texture. These were printed on a Komori UV offset press. As I said, they did about a hundred and fifty thousand of these. These are die cut, score, completely folded by machine, very, very cool. Paper is Anthem 80-pound cover. Super cool. I hope you like it. That’s your 60-second Super-cool Fold of the Week, Closed Gate Self-Mailer with Creative Die Cuts. Forward this to your friends and colleagues, keep the dialogue going. And viewers, please send me your folds. If I use them, I’ll send you free stuff. Visit foldfactory.com for folded samples, dielines and print. And remember, think finishing at the beginning. I’ll see you next week. Bye.